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[July 12] Fishermen here boarded their ships and headed out to sea — not to catch fish, but disaster debris.
On July 11, Yabuki and his fellow fishermen began the day by pouring sake into the sea and taking a moment of silence to mourn those who perished in the disasters. Then they headed out to sea to collect the still vast amount of debris dispersed in the ocean.
[July 16] East Japan Railway Co. (JR East) will implement full-fledged measures to reduce electricity consumption ahead of an expected power shortfall this summer, with other railway companies making similar power-saving efforts.
JR East plans to employ such technologies as storing regenerative power produced when trains brake and solar power to minimize consumption of conventional power.
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